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Jihadi John’ suspect Mohammed Emwazi reportedly escaped Britain by hiding in the back of a freight lorry on a Channel ferry, at a time when “low-level” terror suspects were not being properly monitored as efforts were focused on securing the London Olympics.


The use of computer information to gain an upper hand and a commercial advantage is not new to British Airways (BA). And even when it has been caught engaging in  what the rest of industry calls “dirty tricks”, the world’s favourite airline has preferred to describe its discovered errors as “disreputable business practices”.